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Southern Cultures releases Food Issue and DVD

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  • Amos J Wright
    ... From: U.S. Southern Literature [mailto:H-SOUTHERN-LIT@H-NET.MSU.EDU] On Behalf Of Martyn Bone Sent: Thursday, December 03, 2009 8:04 AM To:
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      From: U.S. Southern Literature [mailto:H-SOUTHERN-LIT@...] On Behalf Of Martyn Bone
      Sent: Thursday, December 03, 2009 8:04 AM
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      Subject: Announcement: Southern Cultures releases Food Issue and DVD

      From: Dave Shaw [dshaw@...]
      Subject: Southern Cultures releases Food Issue and DVD

      Southern Cultures, the award-winning quarterly from UNC's Center for the
      Study of the American South, has just released its Food Issue, which
      includes essays, recipes, reviews, memories, favorite dishes, and a free
      DVD of some of the Southern Foodways Alliance's short food films.

      The contents include:
      Nathalie Dupree on Grits & Yesteryear's Lowcountry Shrimp
      The Lee Brothers on Buttermilk & Every Dish It Touches
      John T. Edge on African American Cookbooks
      Drum Head Stew Connoisseurs on a Mouthwatering Coastal Delicacy
      John Egerton on Custard Pie & "The Yank-Off & Cool-Down"
      Kathleen Purvis on a Pimento Cheese Outrage
      Fred Sauceman on Fresh Frog Legs & Mining Ponds at Midnight
      Jean Anderson on Tidewater Sweet Potato Pie
      Mama Dip on Fooling Her Papa with a Dessert
      John Currence on Peas--and his Dad at the Stove, Screaming at the Saints
      Jessica Harris on Okra from Memphis to Mumbai
      Bill Smith on Halved-Crab Soup & Using Chicken Necks as Bait

      Plus:
      What Really Makes Southern Foods Southern
      Early 20th-Century Girls Tomato Canning Clubs
      Making Connections through Food
      The Recipe Revealed: Real Red Gravy
      Local Food Growers on Preserving Southern Meals
      The Family Heirloom that Inspired a Thanksgiving Feast
      The History of a Plantation Discovered through Food
      New Poetry from Michael McFee

      It all comes with an introduction from the issue's Guest Editor, Marcie
      Cohen Ferris.

      Visit: www.SouthernCultures.org
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